Alaska MS Center to sponsor "Disability Facts and Fun Fair"
Hello Friends, The Alaska Multiple Sclerosis Center is hosting a
Disability Facts and Fun Fair on Sat. April 28,
2012. The event is at Providence Hospital Cancer Center in Tower U,
rooms 2281 and 2285. It will run from 12:00-4:30. I don't know much about
the exhibits but we should be able to find out more when we are visited
at our regular meeting by Antonia Fiflis-Fowler, the executive director
of the Alaska MS Center. That's at 3:30 at the Pioneer Home. See you there.
Welcometo all with an interest in Parkinson's Disease. This blog was to be an information clearinghouse for the Anchorage Parkinson's Disease Support Group, where meeting schedules, agendas, speakers etc could be found. It's still that, but has also become a sort of therapeutic hobby. So I invite you to join in the discussion and experience a little therapy as well. This will be as interesting as we as a community make it. Think loud and sound off!
Our Support group meets the third Saturday of each month at 3:30 in the afternoon. The meetings take place at the Anchorage Pioneer Home , 923 West 11th Avenue in downtown Anchorage on the fifth floor in the West lounge. You may call 350-9691 with questions about the group and meetings.
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"...Alaska Parkinson's Rag is many things: a community resource, a humor column, a science and medicine explainer. But it's also something that few blogs ever manage to be: addictive and gripping. Everything seems to work just right on this blog, and it is a powerful testament to what a person can achieve in this medium. "